Skip to comments.Poll: John McCain Now the ‘Most Unpopular Senator’ in the Nation
Posted on 03/06/2014 7:33:27 PM PST by montag813
by John Urban | Top Right News
The bad news just keeps getting worse for disgraced Sen. John McCain of Arizona.
In January his own party stunned McCain by censuring him in a landslide vote in response to his betrayals on everything from illegal alien amnesty, to caving on ObamaCare, to support for the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and Syria. It was an unprecedented and humiliating political act.
And now a new poll reveals McCain is the least popular senator in the country of those surveyed by Public Policy Polling, with low marks from members of his own party, independents and Democrats.
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You know what they say. If you can’t do the time, don’t be a fascist-appeasing, backstabbing asshat.
I wonder how long before he and his cronies blame it on Palin?
Why, he’s a maverick.
I knew his father, Adm. McCain, and John is not anything close to his father in character or common sense.
Just low hanging fruit that fell on its head when it dropped off the family tree.
Yes. Without a doubt. That seat is his until he croaks.
That is very unfortunate Arizonians are so blind to this old fraud.
I’ve been a Zonie since the mid 90s. It has since been taken over by Californicators and illegals.
There’s your answer.
That’s even WORSE!
Indeed. But it’s true.
I was with Senator McCain yesterday. He helped me with something very important to my District and Arizona as a whole. I voted for the censure. But I thanked him for stepping up and doing the right thing for AZ. I am not defending him, I’m saying he has done some good things and continues to.
That would make him less popular than Harry Reid, which I didn’t think was possible.
If I were in that situation, I’d consider suicide the easy option.
The worthless POS RINO has my vote!
“Ive been a Zonie since the mid 90s. It has since been taken over by Californicators and illegals.”
First of all, that’s a disgusting way to describe Californians. Secondly, it would be an interesting exercise to see just who you’ve been electing to public office. My bet is that they are not “California Transplants.” In the Colorado recalls, your “pals” in Colorado were decrying the “fact” that Californians had caused the manifold problems in that state, but you know what, none of the recalled legislators were originally from California, but one was from New York. It besmirches the dialog that seeks to find solutions that is the purpose of FR, for people like you, in order to feel good, to assign your problems to someone else.
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